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Old February 11 2014, 04:24 PM   #46
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Re: The Future of Star Trek - Animation?

I always thought a Captain Riker and the adventures of the USS Titan would be good for an animated cartoon.

I guess there could be issues with the novels plus its been a long time since we last saw any of the TNG crew in action.
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Old February 12 2014, 09:06 AM   #47
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I always thought a Captain Riker and the adventures of the USS Titan would be good for an animated cartoon.
Seconded! Another advantage of animation is the fact that it would be much easier to include more aliens on the crew, as drawing aliens costs the sama as drawing humans.
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Old February 15 2014, 08:58 AM   #48
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Re: The Future of Star Trek - Animation?

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I always thought a Captain Riker and the adventures of the USS Titan would be good for an animated cartoon.

I guess there could be issues with the novels plus its been a long time since we last saw any of the TNG crew in action.
Whateer show would they relese it would be NuTrek.
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Old February 18 2014, 04:36 AM   #49
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Whateer show would they relese it would be NuTrek.
A new show is likely to be some sort of reboot, either of TNG or of the TOS era or of the whole Trek concept.
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Old February 19 2014, 07:00 PM   #50
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Re: The Future of Star Trek - Animation?

I hope they do something genuinly new instead of playing it safe.
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Old February 20 2014, 11:26 PM   #51
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Re: The Future of Star Trek - Animation?

Prime Universe? Nu Universe? Have both.

One off animated movies, as happen with DC Comics' Batman, Superman etc please.

Turn Star Trek Countdown into that. Get Leonard Nimoy & the TNG cast onboard for the voices. Nero played by an Eric Bana sound-alike probably... Release them Blu ray, DVD, streaming or whatever.

Merge the Spock Reflections and Nero graphic novels into such a cartoon adaptation.

Then Star Trek Khan for the next one. That eases my slightly obsessive gene and ongoing need to be convinced that Montalban and Cumberbatch were even playing the same person.

Skip Countdown to Darkness though. It was f##king terrible!
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Old February 21 2014, 05:55 AM   #52
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Re: The Future of Star Trek - Animation?

I am not sure how accepting people would be. It's a big risk.
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Old March 2 2014, 07:14 AM   #53
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Re: The Future of Star Trek - Animation?

I liked Countdown to Darkness, although I read it after the movie so I wouldn't be spoiled. I think though that it would be better to tell new stories instead of ones we've already seen as comics.
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Yep.
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